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When you need an emergency plumber on the Gold Coast pronto, be sure to call Oceanside Services on (07) 5520 7100. We have a one-hour response guarantee, and our friendly team will ensure you benefit from expert advice that you can apply before we arrive. Each of our team members are fully licensed and insured, as well as highly experienced. We can tackle jobs for commercial as well as residential clients.
Whether the emergency relates to a burst pipe, a gas leak, a faulty hot water system, an overflowing sewer or anything else, we’ve got you covered. We always put the safety of our clients first, identifying and correcting hazards fast. Our team has been operating for more than 20 years, and we’ve well and truly seen it all!
Contact our emergency plumbers on the Gold Coast today. We also travel throughout Brisbane and the wider South East Queensland region, as well as Northern NSW.
It’s important to understand the different types of emergencies to act swiftly and ensure the safety of your home or business. Here are some common emergency plumbing issues:
Our plumbers can handle these emergency plumbing issues efficiently. Get in touch with us to request a free quote today!
If you see a damaged connection to a gas appliance, a leak may well be present. You should also listen for hissing or unusual whistling coming from gasworks. The distinct odour of natural gas is perhaps the most telling sign of a leak (though you shouldn’t depend on your nose alone). If you suspect there is a gas leak at your property, evacuate the area immediately and call an emergency plumber ASAP.
Firstly, it’s important to keep calm. After assessing the issue and determining that it does constitute an emergency, call a professional plumber ASAP. If the emergency is dangerous–pertaining to a burst pipe, gas leak, etc.–it’s important to leave the area immediately. It should be noted that attempting to fix a plumbing emergency without the right tools and know-how could result in more costly damage being caused.
If you suspect a gas leak, immediately turn off the main gas valve, evacuate all occupants from the premises and avoid using any electrical appliances or switches. Open windows and doors for ventilation if it’s safe to do so. Contact us immediately for assistance.
Regular maintenance and inspections can help prevent burst pipes. Ensure your pipes are well-insulated, especially during colder months, to prevent freezing. Avoid clogging by being mindful of what goes down your drains and regularly checking for signs of wear or damage.